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How did this 1939 Volkswagen reach India

Among the cars showcased at Lavasa weekend, there was a Volkswagen belonging to Dhananjay Badamikar. Not is known about the historic except that it was manufactured in and is powered by a horizontally opposed petrol engine.

The 4-speed has a 3050mm wheelbase for the 4990 mm and weighs in at 1909 kg. Dhananjay bought his Kubelwagen from a in Hyderabad back in 2004. The war carries 2 spare wheels on either side of the tempo.

While there’s no real or top speed to talk about, the car in did endure a few breakdowns on it’s way to the ground at Lavasa. Registered as as per the current owner, his Volkswagen wears it’s original scheme, and he has only had to undertake minor work on the car. a number of cars were outside Lavasa International Centre (LICC), Scot City Manager of Lavasa, and Dhananjay Badamikar did oblige a photo op.

Volkswagen Kübelwagen commonly known as their car borrowed heavily from and served as a light military during World War II for the German It was pretty much a German story at its inception.

Since Beetle’s chassis was at handling military use stress, a option was designed by sub-contracted a military coachbuilder. Kubelwagen’s weight and ZF self-locking differential well for the purpose built

Type 62 was further developed to lowest speed from 8 (5.0 mph) to 4 km/h mph) to keep pace of soldiersand improve off-road with new axles with hubs to improve torque and Alongside, revised dampers, 41 cm (16 in) and a limited slip differential was and the vehicle renamed Type 82. Top was pegged at 80 km/h (50 mph).

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Full scale Type 82 production started in February and ended in 1945. Through the minor modifications were by doing away with parts and reinforcing some had not performed as expected. When was stopped, 50,435 Kübelwagen had been produced.

Volkswagen did back Kübelwagen design as the Type 181 developed for the German Armed Forces, and for civilians. The was at this time badged as in US, ‘Trekker’ in UK, and ‘Safari’ in Mexico. In and appearance while it stayed to its roots, almost no parts interchangeable with the Type 82. 82 Kübelwagens were captured by US and Britain and tested.

The vehicle’s smooth, flat Kübel ensured optimum overterrains and in tracking. One of the popular Volkswagen Schwimmwagens, which as the suggests was used to tread In water, a screw propeller be lowered down from the deck engine cover. A coupling provided drive from an extension of the engine’s and when reversing, standard paddle was used or the land was run in reverse to put into play Schwimmwagen’s front wheels up as rudders, and the steering wheel was to steer on land, and water. Type 166 Schwimmwagen cars produced from 1941 1944 with only 163 in the Registry today, of which 13 have survived without

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